Did you know that 75% of overeating is a direct result of emotions? Higher levels of stress and emotion-related eating is associated with obesity. Maybe some of you are there. Maybe some of you are headed there. And maybe others of you are worried sick you might get there. Either way, it’s a slippery slope and a very dangerous state to be in, regardless of your size.
Cravings can certainly come from emotional distress, and once we find the antidote in food, it’s hard to turn back and quit the cycle of cravings and food addictions. That’s because our bodies are getting some sort of satisfaction through our emotional eating.
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